Arsenal travel to Newcastle United on Monday night needing a win to hop back into the English Premier League's top 4.

Arsenal will look to make it six English Premier League games without defeat when they host Leicester City on Sunday.

The Gunners are currently in fourth place with 48 points but have two games in hand.

Meanwhile, Leicester are in 12th place on the log with 33 points.

The Foxes have won just one of their last seven top-flight matches away from home and will have an uphill task against an improved Arsenal.

Leicester did win 1-0 at the Emirates last term, but Arsenal were 2-0 winners at the King Power back in October.

Can Arsenal make it five straight wins in the league? Play here to make your predictions for the clash.

What time does Arsenal vs Leicester start?

The game kicks off at 7:30pm Kenyan time at the Emirates Stadium.

Arsenal vs Leicester team news

Takehiro Tomiyasu remains Arsenal’s only concern as Emile Smith-Rowe is expected back in the squad after recovering from COVID-19.

Alexandre Lacazette provided two assists at Vicarage Road and should lead the attacking line, supported by Bukayo Saka and Gabriel Martinelli.

Jamie Vardy joins a long list of absentees for the visiting team after he picked up a knee injury that will keep him out of the tie.

Kelechi Iheanacho will start up front, alongside Harvey Barnes and James Maddison.

Arsenal vs Leicester head to head

The Gunners have won 15 out of the 24 matches played between these two, including a 2-0 triumph last time out.

Leicester have managed 5 wins with the remaining 4 resulting in a draw.

Arsenal vs Leicester current form

The hosts are unbeaten in their last five games and come into the game on the back of a four-match winning streak.

The Foxes have won their last two but lost another two and drawn one in their recent run of five games.

Arsenal vs Leicester prediction

With the form they are on, Arsenal should have what it takes to bag all three points to keep their top four hopes alive.

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